She may have made her debut as a well-heeled student in Student of the Year, but Alia Bhatt says she is not brand conscious in real life and does not like splurging on pricey clothes. The 24-year-old actress, who was recently in the capital for the Amazon India Fashion Week, says she would wear something that compliments her than buy expensive clothes she might not wear again. "I'm not brand conscious, when you talk about clothes. But when it comes to my shoesBollywood | March 20, 2017
Actress Alia Bhatt comes from a family of actors and filmmakers, but with her versatility and choice of films like Highway, Udta Punjab and Dear Zindagi, she has made her own mark in Bollywood. She feels people are unnecessarily talking "too much" about the existence of nepotism in the industry. "We are talking too much about it. We need to stop," the actress, who recently turned 24, told on phone when asked about her views on the nepotism debate. TheInterviews | March 17, 2017
Mocked several times for her not so appealing IQ, Alia Bhat’s unbeatable charm and easy grip on acting has perfectly silenced her trollers. At the young age of 23, she bagged the Best actress award for her stupendous performance of a drug abused girl in Udta Punjab and she got this prestigious award just five years after setting her foot in this industry. On her birthday, let us have a look at some her breathtaking performances where she has portrayed herself asBollywood | March 15, 2017
On his daughter and actress Alia Bhatts 24th birthday on Wednesday, her father and veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt got nostalgic and called her his princess and his masterpiece. "Happy birthday princess. You are my masterpiece," Mahesh posted on Twitter alongside a throwback photograph in which he can be seen cuddling Alia when she was a toddler. Alia, who ventured into Bollywood with Karan Johar's Student Of The Year in 2012, is best known for her roles in films like Highway,Bollywood | March 15, 2017
Alia Bhatt says feminism calls for gender equality but people misunderstand the essence of it and end up associating it with male bashing. The actress says feminism does not demand "special" treatment for women. "Being a feminist is not only limited to girls. Even a man can be a feminist. It is about equality and everyone believes in equality. People usually misunderstand the essence o feminism. It is not about male bashing. "I am not saying women are greater than men. IBollywood | March 8, 2017
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